Anyone looking to avoid the honeypot prices you can find in some the UK’s most picturesque tourist locations will be thinking about what they can put in their picnic hampers all ready?
We all love some home comforts when we are out on a day trip, but what about some garden comforts? After all, the reason you have gone out on a day trip to begin with is to get some fresh air in your lungs and see some of the best views in the UK without having to resort to watching the latest episode of Countryfile.
Would you prefer a piping-hot freshly-made burger to a cold sandwich?
What could be more fitting of alfresco dining than a barbecue? To many people, the idea of taking a barbecue out with them on a day trip will instantly conjure up frightful images of cheap disposable grills that have less wind resistance than a house of cards. If you have been burnt – quite literally in some cases – by these in the past, then you will want to know that there are much better alternatives available.
What you are looking for is a grill that has all the quality you would expect from the one in your back garden, shrunk down to a size that is not only small enough to fit into your car boot, but easy enough to carry on walks with you as you search for the ideal spot to enjoy your dinner.
You’ll need a BBQ that helps you cook a meal befitting our your beautiful locale
The Weber Go-Anywhere fulfils these requirements perfectly. This is a Weber charcoal BBQ and you can check the specifications on the WoW BBQ page, but if you know anything about barbecues, you’ll already know that Weber is a byword for great design quality.
You’ll soon find that there is a world of difference between seeking out one of the UK’s most beautiful rural locations and lighting the Weber and seeking out one of the UK’s most beautiful rural locations and cursing the day that disposable BBQs were ever invented.
Enjoy the environment and help to protect it
Furthermore, the Go-Anywhere has some key safety features that make it a much more environmentally-friendly alternative than disposables and as the environment is the reason you are there in the sticks in the first place, it is only fair that you do your best to preserve it.
First of all, it is not disposable. There is no chance that you are going to leave it as litter. Weber build the barbecue to last for at least ten years and you will definitely want to take it home with you after you have finished cooking with it.
Secondly, it has lightweight but sturdy, foldaway legs built in to its design. These may seem like a small feature, but crucially they prevent the hot surfaces of the barbecue from coming into contact with the floor – which is likely to be grass that is easily scorched and ruined.